On Nov 6, in a clearing along the BeltLine just north of Piedmont Park, you'll find a 30 foot picnic table covered with a feast of meat, apples, corn, potatoes, and warm rolls all lit by glowing light. Revelers will join you as you sit down at the table to eat, you'll toast one another and take long swigs from deep jugs of wine. Dancers will appear as if from nowhere and eaters, amid the flailing limbs, will become performers themselves, flipping, throwing, swigging, munching, twirling, singing, toasting, cheering, flinging, eating and swirling.
Join Dash, Nov 6 for ANTI MANNERS a Dance/Feast featuring the lovely Helen Hale. 30 folks (maybe you?!) will sit at the main dinner table, sign up here if you want a spot! However, ALL are welcome. Everyone else will sit on picnic blankets watching the messy, whimsy-filled peformance, eating delicious fruits, drinking strong wine, enjoying the night air and welcoming fall time.
BeltLine just North of Piedmont Park behind Amsterdam Walk -- be brave, you'll find it.
Stay however long
Bring a blanket, a candle, a flask, and a bib.
LOVE DASH Facebook event.
On May 6, 7, and 8 at the Magnetic Theatre (889 Wylie St. Atlanta, GA 30316 in Reynoldstown), WonderRoot (http://www.wonderroot.org/) and independent choreographers are joining forces to present Magnetic Drift, a contemporary dance concert:
“Magnetic Drift represents the artists’ shared commitment to producing innovative work within a cooperative setting, enabling them to express their unique artistic visions while supporting the creative aims of their fellow choreographers. As the presenter of the concert, WonderRoot continues its tradition of supporting visual and performing artists by nurturing their voices and helping to launch their careers.”
Trinity’s own Helen Hale and Lauren Banks are involved in this project!
Here are the details:
When: May 6, 8pm; May 7, 8pm; May 8, 3pm
Where: Magnetic Theatre, in Reynoldstown
Price: $15 for general admission & $10 for students, children, professional artists, and seniors
Read a review of the concert at http://www.artscriticatl.com/2011/04/breaking-news-wonderroot-expands-into-dance-with-magnetic-drift/.
To celebrate the Easter season, we’re taking a field trip to Paradise Gardens in Summerville, Georgia on April 30th. Paradise Gardens is the creation of the late folk artist and preacher Howard Finster. You may have seen his work at the High Museum or on the covers of albums by REM and Talking Heads. Using all kinds of recycled materials—such as bottles, mirrors, and toilets—Finster transformed his gardens into a work of sacred art.
We will gather at the church at 10:30 am on April 30th and caravan to Summerville (roughly 1.5 hours each way). Bring a packed lunch so we can eat on the grounds and a few dollars for gas (entry to the Gardens is free, though donations are welcomed). Sign-up sheets will be at the information table after church in the upcoming weeks. Please include your phone number and email address, and indicate if you are willing to drive.
(Photographs taken from www.finstersparadisegardens.org.)
Refuge Dance Company will be presenting “Progress,” a show including new works by Marc Arentsen (formerly of Polarity Dance Theater and Belhaven College) and Angella Foster (of Alight Dance Theater), as well as a preview of the company’s “Hinds Feet on High Places,” which is scheduled to premiere in November.
“Progress” will be presented on Sunday, May 1st at 2:30 pm and 6:30 pm at the Fabrefaction Theater (999 Brady Ave 30318, near Octane and Twin Kittens). Tickets are $10 and include the chance to meet the dancers of Refuge Dance Company in an after-show reception. One of the dancers with this company, Jessie Donaghy, is a participant in Trinity Arts and a previous 5x15 contributor.
Kairos Church is beginning an on-going conversation about creativity and faith entitled “Cultivating Creativity for the Common Good.” The first event will be a discussion of the book For the Beauty of the Church (http://www.amazon.com/Beauty-Church-Casting-Vision-Arts/dp/0801071917) on Wednesday, February 23rd at 8:00 pm at Kairos Church (645 Grant St SE).
For more information, or if you’re interested in attending, email email@example.com.
Here are some photos from the most recent meeting of the Trinity Writers Group taken by Ann Colwell. We discussed a poem by Melissa Holm and an essay by Coleman Wood. Our next meeting will be Tuesday, February 15. Email Anne at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.